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Darrell turned up. Shorts, shirt and pie. There to sit back and enjoy the match. Next minute, there he was standing at full back, wrestling with his opponents, wondering how he got into this situation.
I really didn’t intend on participating in #DigiWriMo, but I somehow seemed to have dragged myself into it. Partly out of curiosity, but really because I am intrigued by the possibilities of transmedia.
One of the first tasks was to create an ‘unofficial CV‘. I find this such an interesting topic. It feels like we spend so long crafting out a slick list of qualifications and achievements, see LinkedIn for example. However, this list of events and attributes often overlooks the stories that lie in the margins.
My creation then is some sort of attempt to unpack some of these threads:
This is in no way complete, it never can be, but it does touch on some of the other realities that often remain unspoken.
So what about you, how would you convey your unofficial CV? Feel free to share.
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Unofficial #AltCV #DigiWriMo by Aaron Davis is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
I loved this Aaron! I love the idea of picking at what’s in your normal CV and telling the stories that matter behind it 🙂 Thank you